|Title:||Visiting Assistant Professor - ASL & Deaf Studies|
I earned a Masters of Arts in Linguistics from Gallaudet University. While a graduate student, I worked at the Gallaudet Research Institute (GRI) as a research fellow. Currently, I teach courses in the ASL & Deaf Studies Program and work as the interpreting lab supervisor.
- Interpreting Lab Supervisor
- Novice Level Interpreting Preparation Program(NLIPP)
- ASL 3000: Technology for Deaf Studies
- ASL 4410: ASL Linguistics
- ASL & Deaf Studies Announcement Blog (See our FaceBook page)
- Deaf Studies Today Planning Committee (See our FaceBook page)
- Multimedia and cognitive linguistics
- Use of multimedia for instruction and interpreter training
- Use of html5 multimedia to deliver cognitive linguistic information to L2 learners: Overlaying naturalistic data with a visual linguistic information system.
- Use of cognitive linguistics to analyze the language of ASL word problems
- Outdoor activities, mountain biking and ultra-light weight backpacking
- Assistant Varsity Scout Coach for team 880
- Working in my yard and spending time with my wife and 5 children.